Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Dark91zc, Dec 30, 2005.
is this common??
Someone else's pistons looked like that, after the self-proclaimed 'God of Tuning' tuned their car and it turned out it was WAY too lean...
some of you know what I'm talking about
But yeah, at any rate, unideal air/fuel conditions can, from time to time, cause chunks of your pistons to free themselves from the tyrannical rule of the piston and casually make an exit through your exhaust.
thats a spped hole mke an extra 50 whp
that is how i got the engine
i didnt even see the chunk out of the piston. lol, i was looking at the hole in the sleeve inbetween those 2 cylinders, lol.
I'd return that shit and get a refund if I was you...
but maybe that's just me
i traded a 89 hatch that needed alot of tlc for this block and a b18b head complete besides i am going to get another b16a block as soon as i find a head
we call that a product of detonation. That is either a really lean tune or a high timing problem. both of which would happen by ricers lookin for LEET CHEEP POWER
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